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Review for D'Amico Design Group by Anonymous
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Scam artist. Michele D'Amico does not deliver. Good luck with getting any timely response or work done after you pay her. She is always tardy. ..
Pros: Cheap
Cons: Never has time for you. Does not deliver much work.
Review for Cheesecake Factory by NICOLE
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Pros: its a nice place. full of excitment.
Cons: no parking close. always packed (but bar area is always open)
Review for Adega by david
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Great place! I was there during Fado night, so the setting reminded me of the restaurants in the Rossio section of Lisbon. Food was great and the staff ..
Pros: Food, drinks, music, ambiance.
Cons: Hard to find free parking.
Review for O'Toole's Irish Pub by Nathan J.
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Pros: Who doesn't love an Irish Pub? Great whiskey/beer selection, great live music. They don't mind if you smoke inside.
Cons: Not a massive wine selection.
Review for D'Amico Design Group by Thomas
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Michele at d'Amico Design Group, LLC did an incredible job on our home remodeling project for our vacation home in Honolulu. Working together with our input and ideas, she came ..
Pros: Michele at d'Amico Design Group is a very talented architect and interior designer. Besides being an accomplished architect and designer, she is a friendly, considerate and caring person.

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Kailua, Hawaii, is located on the windward side of Oahu, approximately 12 miles from metropolitan Honolulu. This tranquil stretch of land, known for its turquoise waters and white powder sand, was named from the Hawaiian language meaning "two currents", so called for its two currents streaming through Kailua Bay. Kailua Beach makes for a great escape with its temperate trade winds providing excellent conditions for surfing. The small town atmosphere and friendly locals are warm and inviting to mainland tourists, attracting prominent visitors to include Barack and Michelle Obama for their 2009 Hawaiian vacation. The Kailua zip code falls into 96734 and is home to some 11,000 residents, with a medium age of 35 years old. This exclusive residence is home to Kailua Beach County Park, an ideal spot for windsurfing, kayaking and swimming with moderate wave action. First-time visitors to Kailua may wish to stop at the Kailua Information Center, located at 600 Kailua Road, Suite 107. This all-volunteer organization is happy to assist you with your travel plans, providing activity suggestions, maps and tourism brochures. Access to Kailua Beach is had via Route 61, or Pali Highway, conveniently located just 30 minutes from the bustle of downtown Honolulu. Visitors are welcomed with a small-town quaintness, yet have every amenity at their fingertips. Kailua is known for its fine cuisine, with international fare to include Mexican, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Thai and good old American steak houses. Or mix and mingle with the locals for a chance to sample freshly grown produce and tasty local dishes at the Kailua Farmer's Market, held every Thursday night. The experience that is Kailua is one of natural beauty and urban luxuries, skillfully blended into a perfect piece of paradise.

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Shelter Cove | Fish and Relax
on Saturday, 30 Jun, 12:00 AM
at Shelter Cover Lodge Find Tickets
703 Hamilton Dr, Craig, Alaska 99921
Attending interested

With a decade of service in Alaska lodges behind us and a staffing ratio of nearly 1:1, you may be assured that you will receive the quality Alaska Lodge trip and the personal attention that you expect and deserve.

‘KEAUHOU KARES’ FOR PUNA’, AT KEAUHOU SHOPPING CENTER, JUNE 30
on Saturday, 30 Jun, 12:00 PM
at Keauhou Shopping Center
78-6831 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Attending interested

The community is invited to Keauhou Kares, a day to help Puna. Keauhou Shopping Center hosts Hawaiʻi Island United Way and other community partners committed to directly helping those affected by Kilauea volcano’s eruption.